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NDT Operators - Module: Penetrant Testing - Application to organs and structures (MAPTOS1)

Technicentre Rouen Quatre-mares
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  • Principles and objectives of non-destructive testing
  • General
  • Metallurgy, defectology and welding
  • Characterizing indications
  • Cartography
  • Physico-chemical phenomena
  • Products
  • Observation conditions
  • Health and safety
  • Automatic systems
  • Control plates
  • Documentation
  • Dye penetrant testing (color and fluorescent)

Pedagogical objectives

  • Cite and explain the principles and aims of non-destructive testing, based on the theoretical foundations.
  • Identify railway terms and the appropriate technical vocabulary
  • Quote and explain the basic physical principles and phenomena of penetrant testing
  • Select the equipment, accessories and facilities required for penetrant testing
  • Use products for penetrant testing with the required technical data sheets
  • Identify indications, characterize and trace results using appropriate forms

Benefits of this training

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Personnel involved

Personnel wishing to obtain PT1 CFCM qualification/certification to NF EN ISO 9712


Technical knowledge and technologies related to NDT Recognize defects encountered in maintenance on metal parts (origin, characterization and consequences)

Course duration

4 days


Technicentre Rouen Quatre-mares

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